20 de outubro de 2015

INACEITÁVEL

Palavra de honra, que merda de mundo é este?
Como posso eu trabalhar, dar carinho aos meus filhos ou mesmo zangar-me com eles, sabendo que aqui, em plena Europa há este inferno a acontecer?
Como posso eu levar avante um negócio ligado à infância quando vejo estas crianças?
Palavra de honra que isto é um ultraje e a maior parte de nós vê isto a acontecer e não consegue efetivamente fazer nada. NADA!






Aya is 8 years old. She is shivering with cold, her jacket was once white, now it’s drenched with rain and covered in mud, in Bapska/Berkasovo crossing, at the Serbian-Croatian border.
“The rain has been pouring down here since yesterday, but as long as countries up the line Austria and Slovenia are limiting the numbers going through there, then the Croatians are as well, and everybody is stuck here in the mud and cold,” says Damian Grammaticas, BBC Europe Correspondent.
Aya’s mother who is pregnant was allowed into Croatia with a few, pregnant women, elderly people and some infants. Aya’s brother is crying, he wants to join his mother, and their father is desperate to get his children to safety and reunite them with their mother. 
“4,000 refugees are stranded in the sea of mud within yards of the European Union, because Croatia with not enough buses to transport them, is holding the refugees back,” says Damian.
Serbia has transported the refugees to it is border with Croatia and then dumped them there. 
“A few days ago Bapska/Berkasovo was just a transit point, but after the Hungarian authorities decided to close their borders, delays have left thousands stranded with minimum shelter or access to toilets,” says Francisca Silva, MSF Humanitarian Advisor in Serbia.
There are a few tents for shelter, inside everyone is more misery. Families are soaped, the temperature is just 10 C.
“This is not a place for people, they can't sleep - they can just stand upright in the mud," says Melita Sunjic, UNHCR spokeswoman, who is in the Bapska/Berkasovo crossing, at the Serbian-Croatian border.
A woman was using her body heat to warm up a hypothermic child told Damian Grammaticas, BBC Correspondent that her son died in Syria “and now we will die here from this cold. We’re waiting, we have nothing to but waiting.”
“After fleeing conflicts and risking their lives crossing land and sea, babies, children, pregnant women and people with disabilities are now left stranded without proper assistance," says Elisabetta Faga, MSF’s Emergency Coordinator in the Balkans.
“What we are seeing is the effect of a lack of coordination and leadership which is leaving vulnerable refugees without the shelter and support that they desperately need," says Elisabetta.
Date: October 19. 2015
Photos: The BBC: http://bbc.in/1ZSpkH2
Source: The BBC and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

6 comentários:

miriam disse...

sofia, respira... nós vamos continuar a fazer o que conseguimos para ajudar. não é suficiente mas fazemos com que outras pessoas vejam e façam também alguma coisa. mas, respira, ok?

Simplesmente Ana disse...

Mas...como? Só de imaginar que podia ser a minha filha...

Maria Godinho disse...

Revolta é pouco para o que sinto. Mas porquê meu Deus, mas porquê?
Podiam ser os nossos filhos.. e ninguém ajuda... quem pode nada faz...

Catarina disse...

Sim, é muito revoltante :(... e mais revoltante ainda é vê-los ali parados à espera não sabem(os) bem do quê...
E no entretanto a Europa assiste em silêncio enquanto se mantém "ocupada" com as suas merdinhas importantes.

O Pai disse...

É realmente uma tristeza. Como é possível uma coisa destas no Séc. XXI? Mundo cruel este..

O Pai,
http://soupaieagorablog.blogspot.pt

**SOFIA** disse...

há dias em que o bombardeamento de informação, muitas vezes aleatória, nos bate mais forte.
este foi um desses dias.

obrigada pelo vosso feedback.